April 3, 2007

ShaveMate - Disposable Razor with Cream in the Handle!

Here's a novel approach to downsizing - stick the shaving cream in the handle of the razor. I came across the ShaveMate when reading this article from the Washington Post. ShaveMate is aimed at
Travelers who are packing light, fliers who can't find a can of cream smaller than 3 ounces and anyone who needs a quick shave on the run but doesn't want to carry both a razor and a can of shaving cream.

Looks like reviewer Cindy Loose thought they were pretty good. (At least the women's "Diva" worked for her.)

...the Diva is pretty slick at stripping hair off legs well overdue for a good shave. The shaving cream comes out of the handle as promised when you turn a little button, and it smells nice. The company claims that the handle holds a supply of shaving cream that will last "a week or more." Unless your body hair grows at an alarming rate, I think the cream in the Diva should last well beyond a week.

I'd be a little hesitant about this men's "Titan". In my opinion you're better off getting a few free samples from Details for Men or BuzzSkin and using those on your next trip. However for $3.99 you don't have a lot to lose if you want to try one.

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Posted by Russell Neufeld at April 3, 2007 8:33 AM
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